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Between January 20 and February 4, 2019, two cases of killing under torture were recorded in the prisons of the armed opposition groups, operating under the Syrian National Army[1] in the two areas of Afrin and Jarabulus. The first case was committed against a militant of the al-Sham Legion, whose murder case’s verdict was passed by a Sharia Arbitral Tribunal; the second is that of a civilian killed under torture, whose case is yet being investigated, for his family has filed a lawsuit, according to testimonies obtained by Syrians for Truth and...
Syrian security apparatus arrested 23 civilians as well as 16 former armed opposition groups fighters and leaders in Daraa province during September 2018 on various charges, while already six detainees were reported killed inside custody, according to witnesses. Intelligence services agents raided houses of civilians they wanted in Athman village and the northwest countryside of Daraa and arrested 23 under accusation of membership of ISIL or other arbitrary charges, according to Abu Ghiyas al-Sharaa, a member of Daraa Martyrs Documentation Office who testified to STJ on Oct. 3, 2018.  “The young...
The Syrian regular forces arrested several persons, including women, from Eastern Ghouta in Damascus countryside who returned from Northern Syria to Eastern Ghouta after getting guarantees of non-exposure from the officials responsible for the "reconciliation file" in case they return. One of the arrested died in prison and his body was delivered to his family, according to testimonies came by STJ. Osama al-Omari, an activist from Eastern Ghouta who resides in al-Bab city located in Aleppo countryside, said in an interview with STJ on August 12, 2018, that they documented the arrest of 19...